SWITCHED EVENT!Hana slowly opened her eyes, groaning as she slid out of bed. "Why am I in Gil's room?",she raised an eyebrow at her voice, hearing it seemingly more raspy and deep. Shrugging it off, she yawned and stretched,"I guess I stayed over for the night. Last night is so foggy...",she mumbled to herself, passing a mirror hung on the wall before pausing and turning back to it.SWITCHED EVENT! by ~AskHumanHanatamago
Her, ahem, I mean his eyes grew wide. There, she saw Gilbird's face instead of her own. "O-Oh gods...",she trembled, backing up before falling on her bum, confirming it wasn't a dream. "WHAT THE..?!?!"
((Yep! Hana and Gilbird have switched minds! This event will last for a week or two at most~ So go on and send questions to me or :iconask-humangilbird: !))
Gilbird is part of a species of wild birds that was taken in by Prussia. One of his most distinguishing features is his messy blonde hair that never stays down no matter who much he tries. He and his sister share the same shade of brown eyes that they wish were blue. Spending a lot of his time outside, he has gained freckles along his cheeks and shoulder. His complexion is often covered with dirt smudges that he never notices but will get flustered if you point it out. He's thin and lanky looking but lacks muscular definition. During the winter months he gains some weight but looses it in the spring.
Once being a small bird, Gilbird is very vocal and will not be afraid to speak his mind if the situation calls for it. He takes after his mother who had a very mild-mannered personality but tries his best to act more like his owner. He is very diligent and loyal to those he is very close to but tends to rush into things without thinking. Wanting to be stronger, he hides the fact that he's a huge crybaby and he tends to get worked up over little things. The world fascinates him though; he'll ask questions about everything that it has to offer until he runs out of things to wonder about. His curiosity tends to make him travel and take pictures everywhere he goes; he'll never learn to sit still for more than a few minutes.